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Part of a pair of fixtures

Four Designs for Hanging Light Fixtures

Designs for Four Candle Fixtures

[Design drawing for metalwork for new lighting fixtures for Trinity Church in Powtucket, Rhode Island]

[Mr. & Mrs. Marcus H. Rogers in their parlor on the 2nd floor of the "Berkshire Courier" building, furniture, light fixtures, layout of rooms visible.]

Warner, Miskey & Merrill's show room [with lamps and fixtures], 718 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.

Warner, Miskey & Merrill's show room [with lamps and fixtures], 718 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.

[Mr. & Mrs. Marcus H. Rogers in their parlor on the 2nd floor of the "Berkshire Courier" building, furniture, light fixtures, layout of rooms visible.]

[Interior of Marcus H. Rogers' residence, furniture, light fixtures, layout of rooms visible.]

[Interior of Marcus H. Rogers' residence, furniture, light fixtures, layout of rooms visible.]

Catalogue of Gas Fixtures and Fittings

First Premium (Silver Medal) to Cornelius & Sons, for Gas Fixtures in the Franklin Institute Exhibition, 1874.

First Premium (Silver Medal) to Cornelius & Sons, for Gas Fixtures in the Franklin Institute Exhibition, 1874.

Washington's Headquaters, Newburgh, N.Y. ; John Flanagan, Practical Plumber & Gas Fitter. , No. 20 Water St., next door to Highland Bank. Newburgh, N.Y. , Gas Fixtures & Plumbers material always on hand. ; Eager & Lawrence. Warwick Advertiser, D. F. Welling, Prop.

U.S. Reports: Wiggins Ferry Co. v. O. & M. Railway, 142 U.S. 396 (1892)

[Miscellaneous fixtures, equipment, and finishes ("furniture") and alterations to the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 53 - desks, tables, rolling cases, press]

Suggestion for Fixtures and Ceiling Decoration for Hershey Community Theater, Hershey, Pennsylvania

Electric Institute of Washington. Window on 4th floor of light fixtures II

Electric Institute of Washington. Display of light fixtures

Electric Institute of Washington. Window display of lamps and light fixtures II

Electric Institute of Washington. Window display of lamps and light fixtures I

Electric Institute of Washington. Window display of lamps and light fixtures III

Electric Institute of Washington. Window on 4th floor of light fixtures I

Electric Institute of Washington, Potomac Electric Power Co. Building. Case display with slogan "Modernize your lighting fixtures"

Norris Dam and powerhouse. Night view of Norris Dam with floodlighting. The more spectacular dams of the TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) are equipped to be floodlit at night and are popular excursion points. Pinpoint lights along top of dam are small lenses in back of the handrail bracket road lighting fixtures. Wet spots on dam are the result of small shrinkage cracks during initial years which later sealed themselves by the sediment contained in the water

Pickwick Dam. Light concrete stair with galvanized mesh railing on Pickwick project. Note that light comes from flush controllens fixtures recessed into concrete

Hiwassee Dam and powerhouse. This plant is in a remote location and has relatively few visitors. The reception is correspondingly small. Its scheme of lighting may be noted. The round holes in the ceiling conceal "downlight" units which concentrate strong direct light on persons and objects from invisible sources. Background lighting is supplied from tubular units laid in coves along two sides of the room which throw light chiefly on the upper part of the walls and the light colored portion of the ceiling. Visible light fixtures are combined with air conditioning outlets and are decorative only. A large window along the left side of the room permits observation of the control room

Pickwick Dam. End of spillway section of dam showing service stair and heavy concrete buttresses, surmounted by light fixtures, which act as bumpers for the great gantry cranes that travel on the spillway deck and operate the gates

Norris Dam and powerhouse. Night view of Norris Dam with floodlighting. The more spectacular dams of the TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) are equipped to be floodlit at night and are popular excursion points. Pinpoint lights along top of dam are small lenses in back of the handrail bracket road lighting fixtures. Wet spots on dam are the result of small shrinkage cracks during initial years which later sealed themselves by the sediment contained in the water

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Greenbelt, Maryland. A model community planned by the Suburban Resettlement Division of the U.S. Resettlement Administration. Plumbing fixtures awaiting installation

Plumbing fixtures, Berwyn Project, Greenbelt, Maryland

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Fixtures in the general store-post office at Gibbs City, Michigan

Fixtures in the bank at Shawneetown, Illinois. Note that some of the marble slabs have been removed since the flood

Tank manufacture (Chrysler). This is a radial drill with index fixtures, for drilling and tapping holes in the 4,000 pound turret casting for the mounting plate of the 37 mm anti-aircraft gun of the Chrysler medium tank, the M-3. These twenty-eight ton steel monsters are being turned out in quantity by 10,000 workers at the huge Chrysler tank arsenal in Detroit

Tank manufacture (Chrysler). This is a radial drill with index fixtures, for drilling and tapping holes in the drive housing for the Chrysler medium tank, the M-3. These twenty-eight ton steel monsters are being turned out in quantity by 10,000 workers at the huge Chrysler tank arsenal in Detroit

Modern equipment in a Tennessee Valley Authority demountable house. Modern equipment in a bathroom in one of the demountable houses which the TVA is building for defense workers in the Muscle Shoals area in northern Alabama. All fixtures are installed before the house leaves the assembly line. The Authority, acting as an agent of the

Electric light fixtures have been installed by FSA (Farm Security Administration) rehabilitation borrower who rents from Indian. Yakima County, Washington

Assault boat Production. Building assault boats for U.S. Marine Corps. Woman workers lay out partially-assembled boat preparatory to inflating so that fixtures and other finishing touches may be applied. Goodyear, Akron, Ohio

Workman at Umatilla ordnance depot who has built his own house, and is here installing plumbing fixtures. Hermiston, Oregon

Assault boat Production. Building assault boats for U.S. Marine Corps. Coat of rubber cement is applied wherever fixtures are to be attached and method of applying them is quite similar to applying a repair patch to an automobile inner tube. Goodyear, Akron, Ohio

This Norton cutter-grinder which had been specially adapted to grind cams on the motor shaft for the electric dry shaver which this New England plant normally produces, has now been converted to grind permanent magnet rotors for machine tool motors. The conversion was accomplished with new jigs and fixtures and slight changes in the head. This is a tricky job well suited to the skill of this plant's workers. The metal is alnico and the octagonal shape consists of surfaces which are arcs drawn from the center of the piece. Schick Inc., Stamford, Connecticut

Production. War housing trailers. Knotty pine walls and beamed ceilings give the prefabricated Westcraft home a neat, cozy interior. The door in the background opens into a bathroom, equipped with full-size standard fixtures, including shower. The house may be assembled in four to six hours by inexperienced men, in half the time by skilled carpenters. It may be dismantled in even less time for removal to another site. It is made by Western Trailer Company of Los Angeles, builders of the war housing trailers

Production. 105 millimeter shells. Plumbing fixtures came off these assembly lines in peace time, but today Giles Knowles and his fellow workers produce 105 millimeter shells in a Midwest plant now converted 100 percent to war production. Knowles, a minor league baseball pitcher, broke a league record for strike-out; now he's out to break the company record for shell production (Manitowac Shipyards)

Production. 105 millimeter shells. In a Midwest foundry where plumbing fixtures were formerly processed, hot billets, soon to become shells, are rolled from a butane gas furnace by a water cooled hook. The red-hot billets will next be transferred to hydraulic presses for further processing (Manitowac Shipyards)

Woodville, California. FSA (Farm Security Administration) farm workers' community. Lighting fixtures in outside passageways in the community building

Production. 105 millimeter shells. This red-hot billet is undergoing processing in a hydraulic press, where it will be pierced and drawn into the rough shape of an artillery shell. In pre-war days, plumbing fixtures were processed in this Midwest factory (Manitowac Shipyards)

Conversion. Automobile industry. Installing new jogs and fixtures on an old automobile production machine. For more than ten years this machine has been making automobile parts; now it will make aircraft parts to help "keep 'em flying." The Plymouth Company, Chrysler Corporation, Detroit, Michigan

Production. Willow Run bomber plant. A small part of the world's largest one-story war production plant, the giant bomber factory at Willow Run, Michigan. Fixtures in background hold bomber wings during assembly. Ford plant, Willow Run

Conversion. Paper machinery to plant wing parts. A toolmaker in the plant of an Eastern paper machinery manufacturer inspects and tests drill jig fixtures for wing hinge fitting. Naval sights and other war essentials are also made in this plant

Production. Milling machines and machine castings. So covered with coolant that neither the cutter nor the work can be seen, this small milling machine is having clutch teeth cut in its face. As in this case, the fixtures required to hold or turn small pieces of work properly are frequently many times larger and more intricate than the piece being made. Site: a Midwest machine tool plant

Production. 105 millimeter shells. One of the many women workers in a Midwest shell plant which formerly made plumbing fixtures, inspects future gifts for the Axis. Her job requires infinite precision and patience, for the inside of every shell must be carefully inspected for flaws which might accidently cause explosions (Manitowac Shipyards)

Production. 105 millimeter shells. Carefully stacked prior to shipment, thousands of shining shells await shipment to the fighting fronts. These 105 millimeter shells were made in a Midwest plant, where plumbing fixtures were manufactured in peace time (Manitowac Shipyards)

Production. Bombers. High speed bomber production at new plant. Advanced manufacturing methods ensure record output. Fixtures are used in places instead of jigs. Frame section is riveted by the man at the right, while the man at the left bucks up the rivets

Production. Milling machines and machine castings. A close-up of a milling operation on a large bed. Note the multiple-touch cutter, larger than an elephant's foot, turning at the left. Facing it on the other side of the casting is another cutter of the same size, milling the other side. Special fixtures and cutters are used for different shaped castings machined on this special milling machine, produced in a large Midwest machine tool plant

Production. B-17F heavy bombers. Women workers install fixtures and assemblies to a tail fuselage section of a B-17F Bomber at the Long Beach, California plant of Douglas Aircraft Company. Better known as the "Flying Fortress," the B-17F is a later model of the B-17 which distinguished itself in action in the South Pacific, over Germany, and elsewhere. It is a long range, high altitude heavy bomber, with a crew of seven to nine men, and an armament sufficient to defend itself on daylight missions. Douglas Aircraft Company

Production. Milling machines and machine castings. A large tracer-controlled multiple spindle vertical hydraulic milling machine being tried out on the runoff line of a large machine tool plant, for its eventual job of helping to make master connecting rods for radial aircraft engines. Four of the partially completed rods are mounted on the fixtures in the foreground. When in operation, the machine will have fixtures for eight such rods, so that while the completely automatic tracing finger guides the four cutters (extreme background) around one set of four rods, the operator can be unloading and reloading the other four fixtures with new parts to be milled. This machine will probably be the fourth or fifth of a series of perhaps a dozen different sizes and types of machine tools which will each have to perform their operations before these parts become finished connecting rods

This Norton cutter-grinder which had been specially adapted to grind cams on the motor shaft for the electric dry shaver which this New England plant normally produces, has now been converted to grind permanent magnet rotors for machine tool motors. The conversion was accomplished with new jigs and fixtures and slight changes in the head. This is a tricky job well suited to the skill of this plant's workers. The metal is alnico and the octagonal shape consists of surfaces which are arcs drawn from the center of the piece. Schick Inc., Stamford, Connecticut

Houses for Britain. Bathroom in a prefabricated model house erected at Scott Circle, Washington, D.C. by the Federal Public Housing Authority of the type of temporary, emergency dwellings which it is planned to ship to Great Britain under lend-lease. Plumbing and plumbing fixtures will be shipped with the structure, and other equipment will be installed in England

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XVIII

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XXI

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures V

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures VII

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures IX

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XXVI

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures VI

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XIII

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XXVII

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XIV

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XXIX

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures III

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XV

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XXII

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XX

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures VIII

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XVII

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XVI

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures II

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XXIII

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures X

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures I

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XI

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures IV

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XXV

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XXVIII

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XIX

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XII

Phillips-Jones for Van Heusen. Store fixtures XXIV

Eighth Church of Christ, Scientist, 103 E. 77th St., New York City. Auditorium doors and lighting fixtures

WALLS - CEILINGS - FIXTURES - EQUIPMENT

WALLS - CEILINGS - FIXTURES - EQUIPMENT

WALLS - CEILINGS - FIXTURES - EQUIPMENT

WALLS - CEILINGS - FIXTURES - EQUIPMENT

WALLS - CEILINGS - FIXTURES - EQUIPMENT

NEW 20000 POUND MTS TEST MACHINE - CONTROL PANEL - FIXTURES

WALLS - CEILINGS - FIXTURES - EQUIPMENT

WALLS - CEILINGS - FIXTURES - EQUIPMENT

WALLS - CEILINGS - FIXTURES - EQUIPMENT